Programme

Characteristics and teachings

Start of the programme

The Summer School will be held from 20th June – 15th July 2022. 90 hours, divided as follows:

  • 18 hours for Classes
  • 48 hours for Seminars/workshops
  • 24 hours for Project work

Venues and mode of attendance

WEEK 1 and 4: University of Bologna, Department of History and Cultures (DISCI), 2 Piazza S. Giovanni in Monte (On-site. However, in cases in which participants can provide evidence proving that it is impossible for them to attend, they will be able to follow the course online)

WEEK 2: Musei Civici di Reggio Emilia (On-site - Compulsory)

WEEK 3: Museo Civico di Modena (On-site - Compulsory)

To gain the 6 ECF (credits), students are required to have at least 80% attendance.

Language: English

Topics programme

  • Digital Collections for archaeology: introduction, best practices and case-studies
  • Digital Strategy and Audience Development for Museums
  • Digital Accessibility and Sustainability
  • Digital Business Modeling
  • Communication and Storytelling for archaeological heritage: the museum experience

Faculty

Stefania Agresta, Isabella Baldini, Cristiana Barandoni, Giorgia Bonesso, Georgia Cantoni, Ana Carvalho, Ines Camara, Maurizio Cattani, Antonella Coralini, Marilena Daquino, Alexandra Dardenay, Astrid D’Eredità, Adrian De La Court, Daniele Donati, Fabio Fornasari, Chiara Ferretti, Pierpaolo Forte, Paolo Giulierini, Antonio Gottarelli, Alessandro Grazian, Lorenzo Greppi, Antonella Guidazzoli, Alba Irollo, Achilles Kameas, Martina Magri, Paolo Mazzanti, Paula Menino Homem, Adam Koszary, Sarah Dominique Orlandi, Alessia Pelillo, Silvia Pellegrini, Daniele Perra, Federica Pesce, Panagiota Polymeropoulou, Sian Prime, Cristiano Putzolu, Raul Ramoz Monzon, Alexandre Manuel Ribeiro Matos, Margherita Sani, Nicola Santopuoli, Antonia Silvaggi, Francesca Tomasi, Fabio Vitali, Simone Zambruno, Cristiana Zanasi.

Bologna

Bologna Campus

Reggio Emilia

Musei Civici di Reggio Emilia

Modena

Museo Civico di Modena